Newington Resident Frequently Asked Questions
Q. I am a Newington Resident, how can I play Indian Hill?
A. As a Newington Resident, you have two options to play Indian Hill Country Club. You may either join as a member and receive a 25% discount off any non-promotional rate in the first year of membership or you may purchase a Newington Resident Card which allows limited play on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, Mondays, and limited times on Tuesday.
Q. Do I need to purchase a Resident Card?
A. Yes, all residents need to purchase a resident card. Residents will not be permitted to play without showing the card to the starter.
Q. Where do I buy the resident’s card?
A. You can purchase the resident card through the golf shop during normal business hours. Cash or Check only. You may also buy the resident card or senior resident card through the office. Office hours are located on the resident’s page.
Q. What do I need to prove residency?
A. A valid non-expired Driver License with a Newington address. If you do not have a license, you may purchase your card by showing a utility bill during office hours only. You must be at least 18 years of age to purchase a resident card.
Q. Is it true that if I am over the age of 62, I can play on Mondays for free?
A. True. You may play at the assigned times listed on the resident’s webpage. You are responsible for golf carts fee, if applicable.
Q. As a Newington Resident, how do I get access to the lockers and driving range?
A. The Driving range and locker rooms are for members only. Public restrooms are provided in the main lobby of the club.
Q. Can I use the practice putting green at anytime?
A. No. The practice green can only be utilized by residents during resident times.
Q. What are the forms of payment that are accepted?
A. We accept Cash or Check.
Q. What other kinds of benefits does my Newington card get me?
A. Your resident card allows you to play Indian Hill. However, you may purchase items from the golf shop, take lessons from our professional staff or utilize the restaurant as those areas are open to the public.